FORT MYERS, FL - The US Department of Justice says the business called, West Coast Rehab operated out of a medical building on Evans avenue in Fort Myers. Government officials say the multi million dollar scheme worked like this: patients would go to the facility for treatment, but when they would leave, their identification would be used to submit fraudulent claims to Medicare. Investigators say Luis Duluc owned the facility and several others like it across the state of Florida. During the Federal investigation authorities uncovered more than 28 million dollars in bogus charges to Medicare. The government agency paid more than half of those claims adding up to more than 14 million dollars. As a part of the plea deal Duluc must repay Medicare and could face as much as 15 years behind bars. A sentencing date has not been set.